Fascial Release for Structural Balance
James Earls first trained in bodywork in 1991 before studying with Thomas Myers in 2000. He now practices Structural Integration and massage therapy and is the director of Ultimate Massage Solutions and Kinesis UK, which bring high-quality training in the Anatomy Trains approach, Fascial Release Technique, and Structural Integration. For further information, see www.anatomytrains.com
Thomas Myers has practiced integrative structural therapy for over 30 years in a variety of clinical and cultural settings. He is the author of Anatomy Trains (Elsevier 2001, 2009) and numerous collected articles for journals and trade publications. Myers directs Kinesis, Inc.
“This is the long-awaited expansion of the Anatomy Trains theoretical concepts into a clearly written, functional ‘how to’ manual that is a must-read textbook for all bodyworkers of all ranges of experience – not just structural integrators.”
Art Riggs, massage therapist, author of Deep Tissue Massage: A Visual Guide to Therapy Techniques.
Contents: Introduction/How to Use This Book, Fascial Release for Structural Balance, Fascial Release and Developing Your Touch, BodyReading, The Foot and Lower Leg, The Knee and Thigh, The Hip, The Abdomen, Thorax and Breathing, The Spine and Neck, The Shoulder and Arm, Appendix 1: The Anatomy Trains Lines, Appendix 2: Contraindications, Bibliography, Index.